November 5, 2015

In this blog post, I present five paradigms that keep work teams inclusion-averse despite diversity training. Shifting the culture of an organization to one that embraces allyship, minimizes implicit bias, reduces systemic exclusion, and nurtures a healthy racial+ clim...

November 5, 2015

In this post, I explain limitations to widespread diversity approaches and propose alternative strategies to better integrate diversity into your organization’s core operations.

The business case for diversity has encouraged many leaders to employ it as a key element of...

November 4, 2015

The racial climates of organizations have recently made headlines in the higher education sector. Leaders at my alma mater, Harvard, and others, Ithaca, Yale, and Mizzou, have been challenged by their customers (mostly students) and staffs to increase the health of the...

November 4, 2015

Leaders: Assess the beliefs informing your inclusion strategies, policies, & practices by contrasting 6 popular beliefs about race with scientific understandings. These popular beliefs about race often infiltrate and limit organizations' visions for creating inclusive...

June 8, 2015

 

Brandon Brooks released a video he took of #McKinney, Texas police response to an incident at a pool party.  As people watch the video, some are outraged and readily see the racial over- and under-tones.  While others seem unable to grasp the racial signals.  As such,...

May 27, 2015

 

“Tell us what the world has been to you in the dark places and in the light…Tell us what… moves at the margin.  What it is to have no home in this place.  To be set adrift from the one you knew.  What it is to live at the edge of a town that cannot bear your company.....

May 14, 2015

Oakland, CA

Racial Equitecture, a new social impact company, uses social science empirics to help organizations better realize their egalitarian values by uncovering how inequality gets produced in-house, in plain sight. The company uncovers what gets hidden by implicit...

May 12, 2015

Many committed-to-diversity organizations have invested significant time and money into attracting, recruiting, and expanding pipelines to increase the racial and gender diversity of their workforce. While these efforts might prove useful, it is important that organiza...

May 11, 2015

In a recent graduation speech at Tuskeegee University, Michelle Obama mirrored the toxic racial climate many professionals of color navigate daily. She distilled the fear-based "misperceptions" and stereotype-based "speculations" that paved "the bumps on the way" to be...

April 20, 2015

Oakland, CA

Racial Equitecture uses social science to help organizations understand how inequality gets produced in-house, in plain sight.  Racial Equitecture offers people and organizations, who are willing to take a look in the mirror, an in-depth intersectional analy...

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